The 57th scientific meeting of the Anglo-German Medical Society
Die 57. wissenschaftliche Tagung der Deutsch-Englischen Ärztevereinigung

Leeds is based in Nort-West-Yorkshire approx. 310 km north-west of London.

There are daily direct flights to Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA) from Berlin. Düsseldorf, Munich, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Koln. The airport is only 6 km from the Mercure Parkway Hotel – a taxi costs approximately £12-00. Other German cities have daily flights to Manchester International Airport, which is only an hour’s rail journey to Leeds Station - trains run every 30 minutes around the clock.

From most larger Cities National Express

The rail service from London King’s Cross is half-hourly between 0600 and 2200. The journey takes approximately two hours. The hotel is approximately 10km from Leeds station. A taxi costs about £15-00. The Metro X84 express bus service runs half hourly from the central bus station., but the bus station is a long walk from the train station (though there is a ‘hopper’ service) National Rail

To Mercure Leeds Parkway Hotel, Otley Road, Leeds LS16 8AG,
Tel: +44 844 815 9020

The Hotel post-code for SatNav (GPS) users is LS16 8AG. From Harwich, travel A15, A1(M) to Leeds. From the Channel Ports, M25 then join the M1 directly, or use the M11 to join the A1 near Peterborough
If you are entering Leeds from the South, Leave the M1 and join the M621. Leave the M621 at jct4 signposted Harrogate A61. Continue through the city on the A61 until you are on the inner ring road. Then follow the A660 (Otley). The Mercure Parkway Hotel is 10km from the City centre.

The Rotterdam-Hull (P and O) overnight service is a pleasure to use with good food and comfortable beds. Leeds is 1.5 hours’ drive from the Hull ferry terminal.

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There are many ways to Leeds

However you wish to travel, we wish you a pleasant and safe journey!